Make my Homemade Disneyland Dole Whip recipe with only 2 ingredients and enjoy pineapple whip anytime!
Hi Bold Bakers!
The weather is starting to heat up in Los Angeles so my husband, Kevin, and I took a day off and headed to Disneyland. YES, we are those grown ups who don’t have children and have season passes to Disneyland.
What is in a Dole Whip at Disneyland?
I have a hit list of Disney’s favorite treats: turkey legs, Mickey Mouse ice cream bar and caramel corn. This trip I tried Dole Whip for the first time. Little did I know this is one of Disneyland’s most popular park treats. Dole Whip is a frozen whipped pineapple (similar to soft serve) that is perfect when it is 90F out and you have been queuing up most of the day. While I loved this dessert, I discovered that many of the dole whip ingredients included stabilizers and lots of things I couldn’t pronounce. It didn’t spoil the fun, but it did make me think I can make something simple and impressive at home.
How to Make my Homemade Dole Whip Recipe
My Dole Whip recipe, or pineapple whip, is not only a delicious Summer treat, it requires just 2 ingredients, it’s a dairy-free frozen dessert and it’s suitable for vegans. Simply pulse your frozen pineapple and coconut milk in a food processor or blender. You will have to stop a few times to move around the pineapple. When the mix is blended, enjoy it straight away! So now you don’t have to trek to Disneyland to enjoy your favorite frozen treat. Just whip up some of your own!
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- 4 cups (16oz/450g ) small chunks frozen Pineapple
- 1 cup (8oz/225g) of low fat coconut milk (or milk of choice, almond, regular)
- *weight notes at the bottom of recipe
Place the coconut milk and frozen chunks of pineapple into a food processor or high powered blender. (the pineapple has to be frozen)
Turn on food processor and blend until the consistency becomes creamy.
You will have to stop several times and scoop down the pineapple.
Keep blending until all of the pineapple chunks are gone and the mix is smooth.
Enjoy immediately as it is ‘soft serve’ and should be eaten straight away.
If you want to freeze a little you can, just know it does freeze solid once frozen and is no longer soft.
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Normally 16oz = 2 cups, not 4. However the weight of pineapple is very different to what we normally weigh in a cup like flour so both measurements are right. The pineapple is chunky and big and doesn't fill a cup the same way flour would.
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